I agree with both statements here!!! I don't think it is a highlight plant either and it is indeed a greedy CO2 plant. However I think even under lower light it still requires DIRECT light and therefore is never seen under shaded areas.
I am testing the 'high CO2' theory too at the moment. lol
well you have to look at what "jungle" means to you. Personally, i think a jungle scpae is wood with overgrown plants mingling in to look natural, not well pruned or particularly planned out well either, so any plant will in a jungle scape IMO.
Now, now Aaron. I wouldn't say Jungle means overgrown plants. Just that they are not trimmed to fit in. More a case of letting them realise a more natural form. IT still gets pruned and tidied but not 'shaped'.
Takes quite a bit of thought in the planning process for it to look good because you have to envisage what it will be like without being able to 'reshape' it via pruning too